A Geological Timescale infocraphic based on 6016 years on geological history. According to this timetable, after the jump, the last dinosaur died in 1927. Image
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This is a list of impressive large scale street art murals from around the world. Above: Krakow, Poland
A spring bloom of phytoplankton was captured in this SPOT-5 image off of Ireland’s northwest coast, North Atlantic Ocean. In lower-right, we can see part
Astronomers looking at Earthshine reflected from the moon have concluded that there is life on Earth! This technique can help in the search for Extraterrestrial
An incredible tidal power project will be be completed in 2012 off the coast of France near Paimpol-Bréhat in Brittany. Sponsored by OpenHydro, a tidal
An extraordinarily bright isolated star has been found in a nearby galaxy — the star is three million times brighter than the Sun. All previous
The Acropolis and the Herodion in Athens also switched off to show support for Earth Hour More than 134 countries across the world,
The Angel of the North in Gateshead is lit green on behalf of Tourism Ireland to celebrate St Patrick’s Day and…
The British Isles along with much of Northern Europe experienced a very cold winter last year (2009/2010), but the current winter has thus far been